N’GOLO KANTE has picked up right where he left off at Leicester during his debut season at Chelsea.
Since his £30million switch last summer, the French midfielder has continued to cover every blade of grass, break-up opposition attacks and create something for his Blues.
At times it appears he is everywhere and has caused serious headaches for almost every strikeforce this term.
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But incredibly, Kante has NOT covered the most distance in the Premier League this season.
The ubiquitous French midfielder is in fact only fifth on the list of the furthest runners in 2016-17.
Kante has run an impressive 238 miles in the league this season… 17 shy of the league leader – Swansea’s Gylfi Sigurdsson.
The Icelandic star has run 255 miles this season for his side’s cause – as they look to avoid relegation to the Championship.
Meanwhile, Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen comes in second on 253 miles, with Hull’s Sam Clucas in third on 247 miles.
Liverpool duo James Milner (243 miles) and Roberto Firmino (237 miles) come in either side of Kante, with Burnley’s George Boyd in seventh on 236 miles.
Defensive trio Ben Gibson (236 miles), Craig Dawson (232 miles) and Gary Cahill (230 miles) round off the top ten furthest runners this season.
Sigurdsson will next get the chance to add to his mammoth tally when the Welsh side take on already-relegated Sunderland on Saturday May 13.